10 Benefits of Therapeutic Canine Massage

  1. Calms the Dogs
    Dogs bark and make noise more when they are restless, tense, hyperactive or aggressive. A good massage helps them relax and become a calmer dog. A regular massage will help keep them that way.
  2. Eases Aching Muscles
    Just as humans feel a lot of relief to their aching muscles after a good massage, the same happens to your dog. Extremely beneficial for athletic dogs; even for pet dogs who workout of a regular basis as massages strengthen your dog’s muscles.
  3. Increases Immune System
    Gentle massage triggers the chemicals called cytokines. These chemicals affect the dog’s hormonal system which brings down the level of stress hormones that weaken the immune system.
  4. Improves Blood and Lymph Circulation
    It stimulates blood circulation which then increases the amount of oxygen that reaches tissue and flushes out toxins and waste. Great on dogs suffering from obesity.
  5. Disperses Pain
    At the spot of the massage, it induces cells to release cytokines and then instructs the brain to release pain-killing endorphins.
  6. Releases Stress
    When adolescent dogs are introduced to routine massage experience, they have less stress when they become older therefore increasing the immune system to fight some common aging aliments.
  7. Aids Injuries
    Certain injuries that your dog has can be treated effectively with a good massage. For examples, injured tissues or arthritis tissues. It restores mobility and flexibility.
    Please note: Recovering injuries should only be administered by a registered dog therapist. Do not attempt to administer it without any knowledge of canine anatomy.
  8. Builds Trust
    It helps to build trust and makes you aware of subtle changes in your dog’s physical conditions that may be overlooked during regular grooming sessions.
  9. Heightens Concentration and Alertness
    It helps to improve your dog’s performance and concentration during obedience training or tricks training.
  10. Promotes Longevity
    Don’t we all want our best friends to live a longer and aliment-free lifestyle? Not only does it improve and maintain his overall health, it also invigorates all dogs to want to stay longer with their caring owner – You.